Board Of Commissioners August MeetingCommunity, Featured, Featured News, Featured Stories, News August 17, 2022
JASPER, Ga – The Pickens County Board of Commissioners (BOC) had a meeting on Tuesday August 4th at 5:30 pm, right after their work session.
During the meeting, department heads recognized outstanding employees. Additionally, the agenda included the review of old business, a discussion of new business, and a few action items.
The meeting kicked off with an amendment to the agenda. After this, the meeting followed the agenda accordingly.
The Sheriff’s office recognized the following employees for May, June and July.
The Tax Commissioner’s office recognized Kelly as the employee of the quarter. She stands out as an employee with a great attitude, excellent customer service, and for always going above and beyond.
There were no items for the consent agenda.
In the last meeting work session, the BOC proposed to update the Mileage Policy to match the state’s automobile mileage reimbursement policy.
Secondly, the Employee Handbook saw proposed updates which include: the remote work policy, exempt vs. non-exempt status, children at work, administrative leave, vacation time rollover, and county vehicle take home policy.
First off, in September, there will be ACCG Legislative Leadership Conference with training. The BOC approved Chairman Stancil as the delegate to represent Pickens County. Secondly Commissioner Tippens will represent the BOC on the committee reviewing the Comprehensive Plan.
According to Chairman Stancil, action items are to approve minutes from the three meetings on July 21st.
No Guest Comments.
After that, the BOC went into the Executive Session.
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